Every school year brings technological challenges, but remote learning without internet is an entirely new type of challenge. This learning environment might not have come up when you were student teaching, but that doesn't mean you can't adapt. Consider this: Distance education doesn't just pre-date the internet, people were trying to do it before Mozart was born!
There are students who do not have reliable—if any—internet access. There is no question they are at a disadvantage, but they are still passionate and curious and able to be guided in their learning. Consider these ideas and strategies to ensure that even students on the unplugged side of the digital divide continue to learn.